LEARN: Choose a Topic


Women’s History

The 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote nationally 2019 prompted DCHS to dedicate two consecutive yearbooks to the topic of the stories of the varied voices & talents of Dutchess County women.


Black History

Lorraine Roberts and Lawrence H. Mamiya, in their landmark 1987 DCHS Yearbook contribution, Invisible People, Untold Stories, laid out the task before historians to close the gap on under represented histories.


Civil War

Trees are more important today than ever before. More than 10,000 products are reportedly made from trees. Through chemistry, the humble woodpile is yielding chemicals, plastics and fabrics that were beyond comprehension when an axe first felled a Texas tree.


History in Public Places

Trees are more important today than ever before. More than 10,000 products are reportedly made from trees. Through chemistry, the humble woodpile is yielding chemicals, plastics and fabrics that were beyond comprehension when an axe first felled a Texas tree.